Nightmare (aka Blood Harvest)
Directed by Bill Rebane
Legendary weirdo musician Tiny Tim plays a creepy clown in this sick ‘80s slasher from low-budget schlockmeister Bill Rebane. Yep, it’s a deeeeep cut from the annals of independent horror cinema, featuring a casting decision more deliciously demented than Marcel Marceau in SHANKS or Frankie Avalon in BLOOD SONG. But for fans of wacky weird horror it’s a bountiful blood harvest, featuring a twisted plot about a girl stalked by a madman who may be a killer clown. Don’t miss TV hunk Peter Krause making his big-screen debut as an unfortunate (spoiler) victim...
Legendary weirdo musician Tiny Tim plays a creepy clown in this sick ‘80s slasher.
Cast: Tiny Tim, Itonia Salchek, Dean West
Better than average, it's just low budget. Tiny Tim is the best actor in the film by far.
Bad slasher worth watching only for Tiny Tim
Not THAT bad, although this might be a record-setter for the amount of actors who couldn't play dead if their life(or this movie) depended on it. A couple bloody bits, some genuine ugliness to set it apart from its brethren, and a fun performance from Tiny Tim.
Pretty intriguing premise, sloppy and lackluster execution.
Tiny Tim was both parts creepy and sympathetic. The acting was subpar and the sudden switch in certain characters’ behavior was jarring. Decent for the obvious low budget.